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Does it call for tide pods or something?
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Lol! The recipe is a base of banana, peanut butter, and oats. You an add a sweetener, like honey, maple syrup, or just sugar if you want. You can basically add anything you want to the batter after that! No Tide pods, or anything complicated! Lol!
 

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@MistyWeeg13 what do you think about using powdered sugar in baking? I'm using up odds and endsr right now because I dont have access to grocery stores due to COVID. I will run out of sugar first. But I have 4# powdered sugar. Maybe there is a way to use it?
 

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@MistyWeeg13 what do you think about using powdered sugar in baking? I'm using up odds and endsr right now because I dont have access to grocery stores due to COVID. I will run out of sugar first. But I have 4# powdered sugar. Maybe there is a way to use it?
Hmm, I use it inf postings but I think using it in a cookie will give it a different texture, and powered sugar contains a small amount of cornstarch to prevent caking, the substitution is not recommended, and can give you unexpected results. You an substitute it with honey though. A little less honey, 3/4 for every cup of sugar. With less then a cup, you can just estimate. Hope this helps!
 

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